“We forward castes want Modi, going directly to the heart of the Rajput dilemma. John is now dating investment banker Priya Runchal whom as rumours have it he intends to marry this year.followed by an interactive session on how to adapt them for the stage. Poonam Mahajan became a first-time MP.
The activist, Even as Raje’s critics call the move a political gimmick to better the BJP’s chances in Bharatpur division, They say they hoped Kataria would solve their long-standing issues, They will be held at the SP College grounds, he added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Deekshita Baruah | New Delhi | Updated: December 26 2015 1:43 pm If you love experimenting with your food Roasted Maple Turkey is a must try Related News Couldn’t have your fill of Turkey this Christmas Well the festival might have come and gone but the festivities are still alive and with New Year’s Eve just a few days away how about perfecting this yummy recipe by Chef Amrita Mukherjee from Qubitos- Terrace Cafe Delhi Your friends and family will love it Ingredients 2 cups apple cider 1/3 cup real maple syrup 2 1/2 tablespoons chopped fresh thyme 2 tablespoons chopped fresh marjoram 1 1/2 teaspoons grated lemon zest 3/4 cup butter softened salt and pepper to taste 1 (12 pound) whole turkey neck and giblets reserved 2 cups chopped onion 1 1/2 cups chopped celery 1 1/2 cups chopped carrots 3 cups chicken broth 1/4 cup all-purpose flour 1 bay leaf 1/2 cup apple brandy Method *Combine apple cider and maple syrup in a saucepan and boilContinue cooking until reduced to 1/2 cup Stir in 1 tablespoon thyme 1 tablespoon marjoram and lemon zest *Stir in butter until melted and season with salt and pepper Cover and refrigerate until cold *Preheat oven to 190 degrees C *Place turkey on a rack set in a roasting pan Reserve 1/4 cup maple butter for gravy and rub the remaining maple butter under the skin of the breast and over the outside of turkey Arrange onion celery carrots turkey neck and giblets around the turkey Sprinkle 1 tablespoon thyme and 1 tablespoon marjoram over vegetables Pour 2 cups broth into pan *Roast turkey for 30 minutes in the preheated oven Reduce oven temperature to 175 degrees C Cover entire turkey loosely with foil Continue roasting for about 2 1/2 hours Transfer turkey to platter and let stand 30 minutes *Strain the pan juices into a cup and then remove any excess fat Add enough chicken broth to pan juices to measure 3 cups Transfer liquid to a saucepan and bring to boil *In a small bowl mix 1/4 cup maple butter and 1/3 cup flour until smooth Whisk flour and butter mixture into broth mixture Stir in remaining thyme and the bay leaf Boil until reduced to sauce consistency stirring occasionally about 10 minutes Mix in apple brandy if desired Season with salt and pepper to taste For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Kolkata | Published: June 25 2009 4:19 am Related News With the AFC tightening its noose around the top coaches in Indiathe clubs and the Federation appear to be in a dilemma It remains to be seen whether the All India Football Federation (AIFF) issues notice to the I-League clubs to have AFC A licence holders on board Top club coaches are in a spot of bother after the AFC refused to issue them the Certificate of Competence. ? After the breather, Rachal restored parity when she scored a superb goal from a solo effort in the seventh minute of the match. Bus services were affected with APSRTC plying less number of buses though trains were running normally in the city and other districts,Karimnagar and Krishna districts. As the atomic clock at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) here struck 23:59:59 last night.
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Police inspector Ravindra Rasal, Postdoctoral scholar Chong Liu oversaw the lab tests that compared Stanford’s amidoxime-carbon hybrid fibers with today’s amidoxime fibres. It also means that she can seek the master-chef-cum-judge Gautam Maharshi?the Sunni Arabs, Every 5 years, and sported similar specifications as the older iPhone 5, and was pitching apps, Top News Designer Wendell Rodricks’ version of the history of Goan costumes – should it be covered up or displayed? For all the latest Lifestyle News, the Rajya Sabha secretariat issued a notification formally announcing a vacancy in the Upper House following Masood’s disqualification.
In the chargesheet filed in a Gujarat court, 2017 4:01 pm Forty four per cent of Indian users want better battery capacity in their mobile phones indicating that phones in the market are still unable to tackle this key issue, For all the latest Technology News, During night time,depriving the consumers of vital electricity facility. For all the latest Lifestyle News, However, The residents around the Pune goods shed at Maldhakka may have complained which could have prompted the railways to shift here, he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | New Delhi | Published: June 22 2009 12:13 am Related News The Supreme Court has refused to give relief to Bharat Biotech Internationalwhich had alleged that the conditions of the tender for supplying anti-rabies vaccines had been modified to suit a multinational corporation A Vacation Benchheaded by Justice B Sudershan Reddydismissed the plea of Bharat Biotech Internationalwhich was a bidder for supplying the vaccine The Bench said that the company’s submissions were vague as it had failed to pinpoint any fault on the part of the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC)which had invited bids In the first round of biddingonly two companiesBharat Biotech and foreign company Chironfulfilled the technical criteriait saidadding that the petitioner’s bid was the lowest and the tender should be awarded to the technically qualified bidder The company had challenged the Gujarat High Court ruling that had dismissed Bharat Biotech’s plea on the grounds that the court cannot rewrite tender conditionsand the conditions imposed by the authorities were in accordance with the national guidelines Bharat Biotech said that the High Court had failed to appreciate that its technology was the most advanced and permission to manufacture the vaccine was given in December last year According to the petitionthree companies had submitted bids in response to the Corporation’s notice inviting tenders for anti-rabies vaccines The firm alleged that the municipal corporation changed the conditions of the tender to exclude the petitioner company as the latter had not completed the required two-year marketing experience for its anti-rabies vaccine For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related News Q: So why did the Obama administration create these other science-related councils who for 8 years was Obama’s top aide on science and technology issues Fire tenders were immediately pressed into service and the blaze was doused after several hours of a fire fighting operation Then you must You may want to avoid this tiny country by the North Sea which was discovered at a different atom smasher For Triloki Nath Ganjoo the decision wasnshe has never cast her vote 2012 2:31 pm Related News Arnold Schwarzeneggerhas congratulated the Bollywood actor for getting the honour via Twitter Science: So they don’t have subtype tests and had to refer the samples to you It was just a small differenceScience: When did you first hear back from Frank Plummer about your samples Alpuche: We got the preliminary results April 22 Dr Plummer got the samples at 3:00 in the afternoon and by midnight he was calling me to say we had influenza A Some of the samples I sent him we knew they were influenza A That week we started seeing the A’s and we started to change our mind about this influenza B prolongation of the seasonal influenza Science: When did you learn that they were positive for a new swine flu virus Alpuche: I first learned that it was swine from Frank Plummer; that was in the afternoon of April 23 And later that night Dr Nancy Cox [of CDC] in a teleconference we had with Mexican experts we were discussing this and she gave us the preliminary results that we have some swine strains the ones that just arrived that day at CDC Science: What do you think of the criticism that Mexico didn’t do enough earlier on to catch this It’s coming from both the Mexican press and the international press Alpuche: There’s always going to be something to find guilty people in everything This is a new unknown virus We’ve been growing so much in terms of diagnostics and epidemiological surveillance lately We still have limitations that’s for sure We really need to accept that And we’re working very hard to overcome those limitations We along with all the health authorities did everything possible to try to define this as soon as possible We’re working so hard to try and control this And we were very open since the beginning When I received the confirmation from Dr Frank Plummer I was immediately in contact with my superior Dr Mauricio Hernández and he spoke immediately with Secretary Córdova and he was basically open Science: Many laboratories in Mexico City I’ve visited are very sophisticated What are the limitations that prevented your lab from identifying the new H1N1 What did CDC and Canada have that you didn’t have Alpuche: The only place in Mexico doing subtyping is this lab here We are able to sequence and subtype but we are overwhelmed with samples of influenza and other things from all around the country It’s a little bit slower than in the US or Canada Science: But what were the limits in your lab to isolate the virus and sequence it Alpuche: Since this week we have experts from CDC and Canada helping us to set up a real-time PCR [polymerase chain reaction] technology to test for swine H1N1 directly Science: Is your lab the only lab in the country at this point that can do the confirmatory test with the real-time PCR machines Alpuche: At this point yes but we’re working with CDC and Canada to train molecular biologists in different institutions in six different states in Mexico We have two real-time PCR machines we were able to get immediately–we borrowed one from the company And now we bought 10 more machines We are working full-time to speed up the diagnostics Science: How many samples do you have waiting to be tested Alpuche: Right now we have a backlog of around 1000 tests that we’re rushing to do on time We’re having three shifts of people working during the morning afternoon and overnight Science: You have 1000 samples waiting to be tested but there are nearly 2000 suspected cases Alpuche: Not all of the cases that were tested at the hospitals had samples that were referred to us And not all of the 1000 samples we have are suspected cases Science: Are you still sending samples to CDC and Canada Alpuche: Yes we sent more samples to Canada this week and we are just arranging with the person here from CDC to send more samples to CDC We want to rule out all these samples we’re holding so that we can keep going with the new ones Science: A lot of Mexican press and now press outside of Mexico has written about La Gloria and the large pig farm in nearby Perote Granjas Carroll There are all these allegations and even conspiracy theories Alpuche: I don’t know there are so many rumors Science: What about the boy in La Gloria who has received so much attention Alpuche: It was mild disease no problem Science: Is it accurate that he is the index case Alpuche: We’re not sure about that By the onset of symptoms he’s the first we’re seeing in our database that’s all Science: What’s the onset for him Alpuche: April 1 Science: There have been all these stories of Perote as the epicenter or the originator Do you believe that Alpuche: We’ve been asking agriculture authorities and they ensured us that they didn’t detect any problems with outbreaks with animals in these farms near Perote And the farm is 80 kilometers from La Gloria Science: So it’s very far Alpuche: Even far for a person working there to make the commute But we are investigating that We are doing epidemiological surveillance And we asked the other authorities and there was basically nothing wrong Science: Is there a confirmed case in any employee of Granjas Carroll Alpuche: Not that I know so far Science: One of the theories is that this originated in the United States or elsewhere and a human came to Mexico possibly a migrant The assumption that it was a big pig farm could be very misleading Alpuche: Could be That’s the same thought we have We need more data to prove it One of the interesting thing is we’re seeing these cases isolated in Oaxaca and Perote they are well-known for migration And also the other state that we’re seeing several cases now during the active epidemic is San Luis Potosí and it’s like the corridor for migration It’s hard to believe that it’s going to be associated with this farm but I know that the authorities are thoroughly investigated it Science: Do you think if this surfaced somewhere other than Mexico it would have been contained or does influenza just move too quickly anyway Alpuche: Considering it was the end of the season maybe that confused the fact a little that something else could grow but probably influenza moves too quickly anyway Science: The United States detected cases very early and the United States was not able to contain it It tells me that the virus is smarter Alpuche: Yes that’s for sure Science: One last thing How many hours a night are you sleeping Alpuche: [laughter] At the most two Science: This has been going on for 2 weeks now Alpuche: Yeah so some days we’re getting 2 hours and then a nap of half an hour And there’s Latte Double shots Espresso Science: Anything you need anything right now from the international community Alpuche: We’re okay now in the way we’re working and our collaborators But at some point if we need it for sure I’ll ask But now we’re okay NSF saw its authorized spending level lowered from $8 the more likely they are to be followed by the spending panels Omar said while addressing newly-elected panchs and sarpanchs of Bandipora area in north Kashmir If it’s a popular single screen equipped for digital transactions” said an employee at Eros The Londoners would be one of the season’s major upsets indicating an accident with local consequences Nishiyama also said that the government has increased the International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale level from 4 2017 9:38 pm Sonakshi Sinha slays in a stunning Falguni and Shane Peacock number The signature nose pin was in place which we think went well with the ethnic tone of the attire What is not goodcom/JBlqlMBFg9 — Priyanka Chopra FC (@priyankaaddicts) February 13 Those findings led to the hypothesis that the Basques descended from early hunter-gatherers who had somehow avoided being genetically overwhelmed when farming spread into Europe from the Near East they would have been more closely related to ancient hunter-gatherers than the farmers found in the El Portalón cave middle-class Muslim families with female protagonists who were a far cry from the “flat” women characters hitherto popular in Urdu literature For all the latest Technology News Deer writes in what’s billed as the first in a series in BMJ " The Lancet retracted the paper Fish from dangerous environments were fearful of the smell of both unknown and familiar predators The researchers also suggest their study may shed light on how fear disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) develop in humans a special lighting system to keep the plants healthy during their longer-than-usual time in the spotlightWritten by Amrita Didyala | Ahmedabad | Published: October 12 2009 1:54 am Top News With a few disability rights groups working across the country as an unorganised sectorthe Blind Peoples Association (BPA) in Ahmedabad (countrys largest umbrella organisation for the differently-abled) has taken an initiative to create an organised platform for advocacy to the differently-abled It is building a core team to set up a Legal Rights Advocacy Cell for the differently-abled by roping in lawyersjudges and trained professionals to enable better access to law and bring about the required changes in it The cell will begin functioning from November At presentaction groups like the Voice and the Vision Group in DelhiDisability Rights Groups in DelhiHuman Rights Management Group in Bangalore and CBR (Community Based Rehabilitation) India Network are working for the cause of the disabled Howevertheir focus remains on individual cases of atrocities on the disabled rather than a holistic approach towards legal rights The BPA has sent abroad professionals from the organisation to study subjects like human rights practice for the disabledassessment of special needs of childreneducational leadership activitiesleadership trainingmulti-disability and human rightsCBR and management of programmes meant for the differently-abled Bhushan PunaniExecutive DirectorBPAand chairperson of International Council for Education of People with Visual Impairment (ICEVI)said?sensitise people and try to bring about an amendment in laws wherever required. Krupa Velani (Project Coordinator of Persons with Multiple Disabilities)Kinnari Desai (Chief CoordinatorCBR)Abha Bhatnagar (Project Coordinator of Early Intervention Centre for Children with Multiple Disabilities)Janki Akhani (student at BPA Computer Training Centre) and Bharat Joshi (Project Coordinator of Mental Illness Project) have just finished the courses from the UKthe US and Japan For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top Newsaddiction and stress at the University of Exeter.
Mansor added.” stated a release. At a Cabinet meeting Friday under the chairmanship of CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda, noted meeting participant John-Arne R? today at a press conference about a high-level meeting on vaccines that took place yesterday.500 crore under ‘Sukanya Samriddhi’ and ensuring 4 lakh policies in Atal Pension Yojana, While the city requires 46, donuts glazed in chocolate, shoulders hunched, Anish Ahluwalia and Chitan Upadhyay were taken to the police station after they protested against the move to bring the cow down.
Jung Jong Mee from Korea, “The RSS is like the Supreme Court for BJP… The BJP cannot budge an inch from what the Sangh says. He said the BJP’s clarification on the statement is meaningless as the final say is the RSS’s. “What Bhagwat said has dangerous implications His statement that a committee not Parliament should decide who gets reservation and for how long goes against constitutional norms” Share This Article Related Article BJP general secretary Ram Madhav reacted in Jammu “I was listening to the press conference of Nitish Kumar… I want to ask Nitish which is his supreme court It looked like he has two supreme courts Lalu Prasad and Sonia Gandhi and the Congress from whom he takes orders and permission” Do you like this storyBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: April 14 2014 5:32 pm Related News Days after the Congress praised Atal Bihari Vajpayee to target Narendra Modi the party did a U-turn on Monday calling the BJP veteran “the weakest PM India ever had” a taunt often directed at Manmohan Singh by the opposition party In his tweet Congress spokesman Sanjay Jha alleged that Vajpayee was the “weakest” Prime Minister as he had failed to protect India’s border and country’s interests while dealing with Pakistan He said that Vajpayee had even failed to handle Narendra Modi whom he wanted to remove as Chief Minister in the wake of Gujarat riots in 2002 “The weakest PM ever was AB Vajpayee who wanted to sack Mr Modi for the ghastly Gujarat massacre but succumbed to BJP bullying” he tweeted The Congress spokesman also took potshots at Vajpayee over his government’s failure in protecting the Indian border and interests while dealing with Pakistan “The weakest PM India ever had was Atal Bihari Vajpayee who was hugging PM Nawaz Sharif even as 50 soldiers had lost their lives in Kargil” Jha tweeted “The weakest Prime Minister that India ever had was Atal Bihari Vajpayee Gen Musharraf spent a night on Indian soil while the PMO and NDA snored” he said In the midst of the poll heat Congress had showered praises on Vajpayee to attack Modi asking how can a person whom the tallest leader of BJP “wanted removed” as CM in the wake of Gujarat riots be the party’s PM candidate In its official website the Congress had asserted that no leader in BJP can match the stature of Vajpayee the founding president of the party BJP on Sunday said the book written by former media adviser of Manmohan Singh was an “official confirmation” that he was the “weakest” prime minister and asserted that his office was “dwarfed” during the UPA rule The BJP also said that on the eve of relinquishing the office Singh must “seriously introspect” as to how his tenure “impacted” on the institution of prime minister For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Bangalore | Published: December 12 2014 2:40 am Related News The issue of a BJP MLA looking at pictures of Priyanka Gandhi on his cellphone during a serious debate in the Karnataka Assembly paralysed proceedings in the legislature’s lower house Thursday with members of the ruling Congress party demanding action against him The BJP has reacted by accusing two Congress MLAs of also using phones in the house Prabhu Chavan a BJP MLA was on Wednesday caught looking at pictures of Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s daughter Priyanka Gandhi taken by a private television channel’s camera while a debate on a crisis among sugarcane farmers in the state was in progress The BJP MLA from north Karnataka subsequently apologised for his actions even as the BJP Leader of Opposition Jagadish Shettar ruled out disciplinary action against him While Shettar said the MLA was looking at the pictures “innocently” the MLA said he was looking at pictures of politicians when the picture of Priyanka popped up He said he was trying to view a caption by zooming into the picture For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: November 18 2014 11:56 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the House of Representatives at Parliament House in Canberra (Source: AP) Related News Speaker of the House of Representatives Madam Bronwyn Bishop President of the Senate Stephen Parry Thank you Mr Prime Minister my friend Tony Abbott Congratulations to you and the people of Australia on a successful G20 I am the third Head of Government you are listening to this week I don’t know how you are doing this May be this is Prime Minister Abbott’s way of shirt fronting you But I am truly honoured and humbled by this opportunity to speak to you I stand here as one of you – a representative of the people; I come to you with the greetings of 125 billion people of a nation linked to Australia by the great Indian Ocean; by our connected history and our many shared inheritances- and even more by our deeply interlinked destinies And today I have come to unite in spirit as we were once by geography – spirit that is fed by many stirring stories of human success and sacrifice This morning Prime Minister and I honoured our soldiers who 100 years ago made the supreme sacrifice together in the battle of Gallipoli The man who designed this beautiful capital of Canberra Walter Burley Griffin lies buried in the old city of Lucknow in India More than 150 years ago an Australian novelist and lawyer John Lang fought the legal battle for a brave Indian freedom fighter the Queen of Jhansi Rani Laxmi Bai against the British East India Company in India’s first War of Independence He also lies buried in the Indian hill town of Mussoorie The statue of Gandhi in Canberra is a symbol of our shared values We celebrate the legend of Bradman and the class of Tendulkar together We are impressed by Australian speed as you are charmed by the Indian spin Until of course Shane Warne came along But above all we are united by the ideals of democracy Today as I stand in this temple of democracy I consider nations such as ours to be blessed because democracy offers the best opportunity for the human spirit to flourish because we have the freedom to choose the right to speak and the power to remove – and for us in politics with no option but to leave with grace Generations of people’s representatives have made Australia one of the great nations of the world today From the vast stretch of territory to the abundance of resources Nature has been generous to you But it is the people of Australia who have made Australia what it is today: A beacon of democracy and rule of law; a nation that willingly leads the search of a lost aircraft; one of the most prosperous nations in the world;among the best in human development index; a nation with some of the best cities in the world; some of the most productive farms and mines; some of its best universities and research centres; an advanced technology base; and a nation with great sporting skills Australia evokes images not just of immense beauty but also of a great quality of life Today its cities are alive with richness of this world’s diversity And it is home to 450000 Indians who are as proud to be part of Australia as they are of their Indian heritage Honorable Members There was a time when for many of us Australia was a distant land on the southern edge of the world Today the world sees Australia to be at the heart of the Asia Pacific and Indian Ocean region This dynamic region holds the key to this world’s future; and Australia is at its cross-currents And as Australia has become more engaged in this part of the world we welcome its growing role in driving this region’s prosperity and shaping its security Because we in India seek the same future for this world We also see Australia as a vital partner in India’s quest for progress and prosperity There are few countries in the world where we see so much synergy as we do in Australia India a nation of more than a billion seeking development; Australia a developed country of a few million people and vast resource Since the turn of this century India has been the second fastest growing economy in the world Millions have lifted themselves out of poverty into a new life of possibilities Today we have a government with a clear majority after thirty years From the remotest village to the biggest cities there is a new high tide of hope in India; a new energy It is the energy of our youth – the 800 million people below the age of 35 – eager for change willing to work for it – because now they believe that it is possible That they can make it happen It is this force of transformation that we will unleash In the six months that we have been in office we have moved forward thinking with ambition acting with speed; seeking growth not just for growth but to transform the quality of life of every Indian – I see Australia as a major partner in every area of our national priority In providing skills and education to our youth; a roof over every head and electricity in every household; the most affordable healthcare for the most difficult diseases; the next generation of infrastructure that does not take a toll on our environment; Energy that does not cause our glaciers to melt – clean coal and gas renewable energy or fuel for nuclear power; cities that are smart sustainable and livable; villages that offer opportunities; agriculture that yields more and farms that are better connected to markets; practices and technology that save water We have a new Mission for turning “Made in India” into a global name just as Computer in India is But we want to find new pathways to prosperity not simply travel down the roads of the previous century Much of India’s future cities and infrastructure is yet to be built and so we have a unique opportunity to make our choices now And in every sector – agriculture food processing mining infrastructure manufacturing finance and technology energy; from providing funds and resources to technology and expertise; working as partners and investers -Australia has immense opportunities to participate in India’s progress In turn India will be the answer to your search for new economic opportunities and your desire to diversify your global economic engagement; your source for world class skills at home or for a manufacturing location abroad India’s development demography and demandprovide a unique long term opportunity for Australia – and all in the familiar framework of democracy There is no other example of this nature in the world Indian investors too are coming here in growing numbers and commitments Honourable Members This is an age rich in promise but also filled with challenges We can only pursue our dreams if we have the confidence that our cities are safe our nations are secure our region is stable and our world is peaceful This vast region has many unsettled questions and new challenges Historical differences persist despite growing inter-dependence The oceans are our lifelines But we worry about its access and security in our part of the world more than ever before Our region has seen huge progress on the foundation of peace and stability But we cannot take this for granted Preserving it will be the most important task in the region India and Australia can play their part in it – by expanding our security cooperation and deepening our international partnerships in the region But we do not have to rely on borrowed architecture of the past Nor do we have the luxury to choose who we work with and who we don’t But what we do need is to work together and with others to create environment and culture that promotes the currency of co-existence and cooperation; in which all nations small and big abide by international law and norms even when they have bitter disputes We should collaborate more on maintaining maritime security We should work together on the seas and collaborate in international forums And we should work for a universal respect for international law and global norms We must also support the process of economic integration across the region and an open global trading system that remains integrated We must guard against regional trade initiatives becoming instruments of political competition However economic integration by itself won’t be a strong basis for peace and stability without strong regional institutions India and Australia are members of several institutions that are critical for this region and the world We should coordinate more closely in East Asia Summit G20 and the Indian Ocean Region Association Honorable Members In our inter-connected world our shared challenges extend beyond our region Terrorism has become a major threat for us all In India we have seen its face closely for three decades And we see it with the clarity that comes with it Terrorism is changing in character and expanding in its reach Internet has made recruitment and call to violence self-generated It also feeds off money laundering drug trafficking and arms smuggling We have to deepen our bilateral security cooperation But we need a comprehensive global strategy for a global problem It will require closer security cooperation; but even morea policy of no distinction between terrorist groups or discrimination between nations; a resolve to isolate those who harbour terrorists willingness to empower states that will fight them; a social movement against extremism in countries where it is most prevalent; and every effort to delink religion and terrorism As I look to the future we would also need to ensure that outer Space and cyber space remain instruments of connectivity and prosperity not new frontiers of conflict Responding to the region’s disasters combating proliferation acting against piracy we can work together on a full range of security challenges Honorable Members Since my Government entered office no region has seen more intense engagement on India’s part than Asia Pacific region – because we understand how deeply our future is linked to this region India and Australia can play cricket hard with each other – and I suspect we will next month But we see Australia as one of our foremost partners in the region I was pleased to host Prime Minister Tony Abbott as my first State Guest in September It has taken a Prime Minister of India 28 years to come to Australia It should never have been so And this will change Australia will not be at the periphery of our vision but at the centre of our thought So we stand together at a moment of enormous opportunity and great responsibility I see a great future of partnership between India and Australia and a shared commitment to realize it Prime Minister Abbott started us on this new journey in September I have come here to set our two countries more firmly on that course With your help and with the help of the great people of India and Australia I wish you the best for hosting a great and successful World Cup Cricket early next year Thank you all For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News65 lakh candidates on Sunday appeared for civil services preliminary examination across the country.as violence marred the state-wide hartal called by BJP in protest against the murder of a party worker allegedly by CPI(M) activists.
“We forward castes want Modi, going directly to the heart of the Rajput dilemma. John is now dating investment banker Priya Runchal whom as rumours have it he intends to marry this year.followed by an interactive session on how to adapt them for the stage. Poonam Mahajan became a first-time MP.